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MAMAMOO wraps up their three-day concert series; Members turn emotional while thanking fans

By diana / 2017.03.07
MAMAMOO members in attendance during the 4th Gaon Chart K-POP Awards.

MAMAMOO members failed to hold back their tears on the last day of their three-day concert series in Seoul last Sunday. In fact, the girls were even crying while thanking the fans for their outpouring love.

According to Koreaboo, MAMAMOO looked back to when they started and thanked the fans for coming a long way with them. Moon Byul personally expressed her gratitude and shared how they survived because of the fans.

"Honestly, I am always amazed at the amount of people who support us. When I see the crowd, when I see people supporting us online, I honestly ask myself if I deserve all this love," she addressed the crowd.

Moon Byul continued, "I don't know, I just feel like I have to step back because it's scary. It's scary to see the amount of love and support we receive."

During their "2017 MAMAMOO Concert Moosical Curtain Call, held from Mar. 3 to 5, the four-member group performed some of their hit songs, such as "Decalcomanie," "You're The Best" and "Piano Man."

The Korean girl group also staged their own version of "I Believe I can Fly" by R. Kelly, "Sexy Back" by Justin Timberlake, and "Diamonds" by Rihanna.

The three-day concert series gathered about 10,000 concertgoers inside Seoul Olympic Hall. Previous reports claimed tickets for the show sold out in a matter of 60 seconds.

Meanwhile, MAMAMOO recently apologized for using blackface in one of their concert videos. Soompi cited the controversy rooted from the girls' parody of "Uptown Funk," where they were seen wearing dark makeup.

The controversial video was shown on the first day of "2017 MAMAMOO Concert Moosical Curtain Call." However, MAMAMOO's agency, RBW, promised to remove the content from the setlist.

The girl group immediately released a statement to address the controversy and apologize to those who were offended of their act. MAMAMOO added it was never their intention to offend a certain race, stating that the issue was a result of their ignorance. 

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